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Invest in Parents' Potential

In 2023, the need for CWEE’s employment support continues to grow. This year we anticipate serving more than 1,000 career seekers as they take the next steps towards a better future for themselves and their families.

The career seekers we serve face barriers to employment that require extra support to overcome and keep pace with the changing labor market:

  • 78% lack primary childcare
  • 44% do not have stable housing
  • 37% do not have a high school diploma or equivalent
  • 55% cannot drive themselves to/from work
  • 48% have experienced or are still experiencing domestic violence
  • 27% report struggling with depression, anxiety, and/or PTSD
  • 67% lack a computer or internet access at home

With your support, CWEE is tapping the potential of workers who are too often overlooked.

Click here to make a secure, online donation. 

Donations to CWEE of $250 or more may be eligible for a 25% Denver Enterprise Zone tax credit.

Other ways to support

Our Wish List

In-kind donations of clothing, hygiene products and diapers can ensure our families have their basic needs met.

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Become a Monthly Donor

CWEE Impact Partners are monthly donors whose support is central to our mission. It’s simple and secure to set up and allows CWEE to serve our participants throughout the year.

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End of Year Giving

Two CWEE favorites return: Turkey Dinner Giveaway in November and Winter Wonderland in December. We happily accept donated food and holiday gifts.

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More Giving Options

CWEE also gratefully accepts gifts of stock, corporate matching gifts, mailed donations, and donations via phone.

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Impact of your gift


Provides up to five months of at-home internet service for a family.


Provides 24/7 access to a typing certification for 33 career seekers.


Provides more than 20 families with support for basic needs like diapers, wipes, formula, and hygiene products.


Allows career seekers to complete all GED tests to receive their high school equivalency degree.


Provides two vehicles for career seekers through CWEE’s Wheels to Work program.


Provides 15 laptops for 15 CWEE families to enable them to participate in virtual training, education, and employment support.


Provides comprehensive career readiness support including help writing resumes and cover letters, mock interviews, guidance throughout the hiring process, and retention support.


Provides comprehensive skills training, personal development, family support, employment preparation, and post-employment retention support for one career seeker for a full year.